Vriksha nursery

Vriksha nursery is a second generation nursery based in Mumbai where we strive to change the face of urban gardening in India with over 25,000 gardens executed in Maharashtra/Goa/Gujarat. We have a team of dedicated professionals who will leave no stone unturned to give you gardens of the utmost quality. Vriksha nursery has been synonymous with innovation in our field be it set landscaping(over 15000 teleserials/movies/adfilms), temporary landscapes (over 2500 exhibitions and weddings),ikebana flower arrangements, urban farming, rooftop gardens,living walls etc.
contact us :9820704069 Email: shaan_lalwani@hotmail.com
or better still
Drop by at: 1 ganga apts ,
irla railway soc(2nd last bungalow lane opp papilon hotel )
mumbai 400056.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Floral landscapes for the royal wedding.

Sentiment always plays a part in royal wedding flowers, with blooms from royal estates featured in floral arrangements.

New for the royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William is an intent focus on trees, plants and flowers from the royal residences. Primary sources are the Savill Garden and Valley Gardens at Windsor Great Park, and Sandringham Estate, with English flowers from other growers filling in.

Floral designer Shane Connolly is rose-wrangler-in-chief for the wedding flowers in Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace. He's all about seasonal. For Charles and Camilla's springtime wedding he incorporated blooms from Charles' garden at Highgrove.

Four tons of foliage, including 20-foot maple trees (which symbolize something meaningful in the Language of Flowers -- syrupy sweetness?), have been shoe-horned into Westminster Abbey.

Lining the aisle, the potted maple trees will be on display for a week after the wedding, then planted at Highgrove. Any cut flowers will be sent to hospitals and later composted. All very sustainable and commendable.

i found some stunning images which we cant see on tv. do check them out-

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